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Clause No. 14.7.7
Building Permission for Slum Rehabilitation Project
i) The proposal for each Slum Rehabilitation Project shall be submitted to the SRA with all the necessary documents, no-objection certificates, and the plans as may be decided by the SRA from time to time.
ii) Approval to the Project shall be given by the SRA within a period of 60 days from the date of submission of all relevant documents. In the event of failure by SRA to do so, the said approval shall be deemed to have been given, provided the Project is in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations.
iii) “The SRA while giving the approval may lay down terms and conditions as may be necessary.”
iv) “The SRA shall adopt the procedure laid down in the MR & TP Act, 1966 for giving building permission to any Slum Rehabilitation Project under this Scheme.”
v) “On compliance with the terms and conditions, the building permission shall be given, in accordance with the provisions under section 45 of the MR & TP Act, 1966 to the Project under the SRS, first to the Rehabilitation component and thereafter to the free-sale component subject to the provisions in clause below.”
vi) Correlation between Rehabilitation and free-sale components: Building permission, for 10 percent of BUA of both the rehab and free-sale components may be given simultaneously and thereafter proportionately or as may be decided by the CEO, SRA.
vii) “Where the Project is being implemented directly by an NGO approved by SRA, CEO (SRA) may sanction 20 percent of the free-sale component without waiting for any expenditure on the rehabilitation component. The approval for remaining part of free-sale component will be given only after at least 30 percent of rehabilitation component is completed on site”
viii) As soon as the approval is given to the Project, the NOC for building permission of the landowning authority shall be given in respect of that slum located on lands belonging to any department, undertaking, agency of the State Govt. including MHADA, or any local self-Government such as the Municipal Corporation within 60 days after the intimation of such approval to the Project is communicated. In the event of its refusal to grant NOC, reasons thereof shall be stated and in the event of its not being given within the period, it shall be deemed to have been given’.